P30 Permits available for March

March Monthly Residence and Commuting Permits are sold out!

Permits are still available for P30!!

If you have questions please contact our office at ext. 52118

Thank you

March Monthly Commuting & Residence Permits - NOW SOLD OUT

March Monthly Commuting and Residence Permits will be available online starting Feb, 20, 2019!

Monthly Commuting permits can be purchased online or in the Parking Services Office.

Monthly Residence Permit can only be purchased online.

Thank you

New - Accessible Parking Procedure starting May 1st, 2019

Sustainable Transportation and Parking Services (STPS) regulations, which serve as policies and procedures with respect to parking on the main campus, have been in effect for many years at the University of Guelph.  In an effort to better align with current parking practices in the industry, and ensure AODA requirements are met, changes will be made to these regulations.

February Monthly Commuting Permits - AVAILABLE!

Black/Orange Areas

A limited number of February Monthly Commuting Permits are available for purchase online and in the Parking Office.

P30 Only

As an alternative we are selling February Monthly Permits for P30.
These permits can be purchased both online and in the Parking Services office.
Please note these permits are ONLY valid in P30

Thank you


Residence Monthly permits available online only!

Residence Monthly Permits

Monthly Residence Permits in Parking Office are sold out for the remainder of the semester.  Residence Monthly Permits are still available online only!  

Residence Semester Permits

Residence Semester Permits are SOLD OUT!

Sorry for the inconvenience!

New EV Charging Stations & Listserv

Exciting News!


The Sustainability Office and Parking Services, Physical Resources is currently managing a campus-wide EV charger project. (~25) brand new EV chargers are to be installed and commissioned across campus, and they will be active prior to November 2018. The current existing parking spaces that are equipped with EV chargers will be upgraded, and this may introduce interruptions to these chargers. Please bear with us, the outcome will be worth the inconvenience.